Common misspellings for virginia:
- virgina (71%)
- verginia (4%)
- viginia (3%)
- viriginia (3%)
- virigina (3%)
- virgnia (3%)
Virginia \v(i)-rgi-nia, vir-ginia\
Virginia as a girl's name is pronounced vir-JIN-yah. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Virginia is "maiden". The name was originally spelled Verginia, and was the feminine form of an ancient Roman clan name, Verginius. With time, its spelling changed due to its association with the Latin term "virgo", meaning "maiden". This meaning has been used for the name ever since. Popular in America since the mid 19th century; the first child born in America was Virginia Dare, in 1597. The state of Virginia was named as homage to the Virgin Queen, Elizabeth I. Author Virginia Woolf; tennis player Virginia Wade.
- Virgy, Geena, Geenia, Geenya, Genia, Genya, Gigi, Gina, Ginella, Ginelle, Ginger, Gingia, Ginia, Ginnee, Ginni, Ginnie, Ginny, Ginya, Jenell, Jenella, Jenelle, Jinia, Jinjer, Jinnie, Jinny, Verginia, Verginya, Virge, Virgena, Virgene, Virgenya, Virgie, Virgina, Virgine, Virginie, Virginnia.
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Quotes for virginia:
Virginia is the absolute leader in homeland security and defense and information technology. - Mark Warner